Mar 8, 2023
If you’ve invested time or money in something, it can be hard to let go. But this sunk cost fallacy is what keeps a lot of entrepreneurs stuck in what’s not working.
So, how do you honestly assess what’s happening in your business and shed the things that interrupt your flow?
Jessica Mead serves as Founder and CEO of Brandlync, Managing Partner of Drivonic and Cofounder of The Epek Companies and Mead Holdings Group. Together, Jessica’s businesses have a combined valuation of $100M, and she is an angel investor in 20 companies.
In addition to being an accomplished mompreneur and bestselling author, Jessica homeschools her children full-time. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur and Yahoo Finance.
On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Jessica joins Anjel to discuss how an unstable childhood informs her commitment to conscious leadership and living life by design.
Jessica explains what she looks for in a startup investment, challenging us to stand on truth and transparency as guidelines for business.
Listen in for Jessica’s insight on the idea of intentional congruence and learn to own your mistakes, shed what’s not working and make space for something exponentially better in your personal and professional life!
How Jessica’s unstable childhood informs her leadership style
How meeting her husband/business partner put Jessica on the path to entrepreneurship
Why Jessica stands on truth and transparency as guidelines for business
How her grandmother and siblings inspired Jessica’s early success
What it means to be a conscious leader who owns her mistakes
How Jessica assesses intentional congruence and sheds what isn’t working
Jessica’s insight on giving people your time vs. true presence
What makes Jessica want to back an entrepreneur in her role as angel investor
Why it’s crucial for women entrepreneurs to ask for investors
Firework Humans by Jessica Mead
Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman
Wickedly Smart Women: Trusting Intuition, Taking Action, Transforming Worlds by Anjel B. Hartwell
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